With public offerings too slow to be useful and the private market too costly, adequate mental heath care is out of reach for many who need it. In Ireland, government referral for mental health care can take eighteen months or more, and a single session through a private provider can cost upwards of €100. Complicating matters, the Irish Health Service Executive (HSE) is designed inefficiently and jealously guarded by civil servants—typically HSE psychologists see four to five patients over three to four days, an amount drastically below capacity. In addition, there significant spare-time capacity among professionals in the public and private system, and many who are willing to work for those most in need, and able to be mobilized to provide free and accessible care. In the process, Krystian is designing an online element that reaches out beyond Ireland to other areas in Europe—creating the structures for expansion from the very start.